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The Totality of Nature

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'The Totality of Nature' is comprised of some twenty cycles of aphoristic philosophy with titles ranging from the arguably banal 'Cause and Effect' to the rather more cryptic 'Paradigmatic Triplicities', as well as a number of the by-now familiar dichotomous titles like 'Blessed and Cursed vis-a-vis Saved and Damned', all of which, as before, supplement or complement the Elemental theories, based needless to say on the four elements, which are at the roots of John O'Loughlin's ideological philosophy and which stretch logic, and therefore a conception of nature, into a fourfold structure that becomes the basis of subsequent enrichment and/or embellishment, as the case may be. The cover is largely comprised of one of John O'Loughlin's abstract paintings which is nonetheless descriptive, in am almost Platonic way, of the forms appertaining to each of the Elements or, at any rate, to the respective components of any given quadruplicity whose totality if natural.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781446666616
Edition
Second Edition
Publisher
John O'Loughlin
Published
February 12, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
109.5 KB
Product ID
20692630

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